Matte vs. Glossy Prints
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Posted 10 August 2007 - 09:02 AM
Glossy prints will show the color, detail, and sharpness way better. Use gloss when you print photos of details, a car or something that you want to see the detail and color in.
Matte will make people's skin tones look much better, and give an overall artsy look to the image.
They will be more flattering because they will not be as sharp and show less detail.
99% of prints that leave my studio are matte. as a matter of fact I always print matte unless the client asks for it.
hope that helps..
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